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Meet the recipients of the 2015 Victorian International Education Awards

Outstanding international students and Victorian education providers have been celebrated for their exceptional contributions to the international education sector at the Victorian International Education Awards. The Honourable Linda Dessau AM, Governor of Victoria and Minister for Training and Skills Steve Herbert both congratulated the Award recipients for their contributions to the State and its international…

Victorian International Education Awards Finalists Provide Tips for Life in Melbourne, Victoria

The Victorian International Education Awards celebrate the exceptional achievements of students in Victoria’s international education sector. Check out the finalists for each category and their stories and tips for life in Melbourne, Victoria. Victorian Student of the Year – Internationalisation Australian students recognised for their contribution to the international student community. Danny Ong What is your advice…

Volunteer for Moomba Festival 2016

Volunteers are needed from Friday 11th to Monday 14th of March for Moomba Festival 2016, Australia’s largest community festival! Applications are currently open, and close on Friday the 11th of December. We had a chat to some of the lovely people at Moomba about why this volunteering program is great for international students, and any other Melburnians…

ReMINDer Resource Kit for International Students

Want to know the day to day information about living in Melbourne such as “How does the public transport work?” or “When do the shops close?” Thankfully the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH) have teamed up with two international students to help you find the answers. Tiffany and Yan from Monash University worked with MCWH to develop…

Announcing the Victorian International Education Awards 2015 Provider Finalists

The Victorian International Education Awards recognise the innovative institutions, companies and service providers that make a valuable contribution to Victoria’s world-leading education offering. The Awards also celebrate the extraordinary accomplishments of international students. To find out about this year’s student finalists, click here. Congratulations to all finalists. Excellence in International Education – English Language Training – Ability English…

Victorian International Education Awards Finalists 2015

The Victorian International Education Awards are an initiative of the Victorian Government to celebrate the exceptional accomplishments of students, education providers, businesses and not-for-profit organisations in the international education sector in Victoria. We are very excited to announce this year’s finalists, all of which are brilliant examples of the international student community. Victorian Student of the Year –…

Meet Anjani from Nepal

Study Melbourne caught up with Anjani who is currently completing a Master of Social Work with Monash University. Read on for her experiences studying and living in Victoria.  Why did you choose Melbourne out of the whole world? I always wanted to pursue my postgraduate degree from the world’s best universities. I found there were number…

Meet Shannen Kok, Kuala Lumpur

Meet Shannen Kok from Malaysia. She is currently studying at Monash University, and is also the third generation of her family to study in Australia. “I first arrived in Melbourne from Kuala Lumpur when I was 19. I chose to study in Melbourne because Monash University had the double degree option, but I also had some…

Launch of RMIT’s What’s your Melbourne style? Quiz

RMIT University today launched its new What’s your Melbourne style? quiz bringing together three key Victorian sectors – games, higher education and travel. Developed in partnership with Study Melbourne, and in collaboration with Komosion and Insider Foundry, the innovative quiz is specially designed for prospective international students interested in studying in Victoria. The quiz takes…

Meet Mengyu (Melanie) from China

Mengyu arrived in Melbourne in July 2012.  She studied at RMIT English Worldwide for five months and then commenced her Masters in Social Work at RMIT. Here she speaks to Tammy from the Study Melbourne Student Centre about her experience of being an international student in Melbourne. Why did you choose to study in Melbourne?…